Item description for Chinese Flash Cards: Kid-friendly Cards Build Chinese Vocabulary (Berlitz Kids Flash Cards) (Chinese Edition) by Berlitz...
These fun bilingual flash cards, featuring popular art from the Adventures with Nicholas series, will have children speaking everyday words in a flash. There are 50 flash cards with colorful visual cues and phonetic transcription of objects and concepts. These rounded edge flash cards have the English translation on the reverse side, and the Chinese edition includes characters and pinyin.
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Studio: Berlitz Kids
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.04" Width: 4.02" Height: 0.92" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2006
Publisher Berlitz Kids
ISBN 981246977X ISBN13 9789812469779
Reviews - What do customers think about Chinese Flash Cards: Kid-friendly Cards Build Chinese Vocabulary (Berlitz Kids Flash Cards) (Chinese Edition)?
Not a bad product Jan 8, 2008
I think this set of flash cards are good enough for learning Mandarin as second language. No flash cards can serve all the purposes. This product obvious is designed for either bilingual kids or second language kids.
By the way, the Chinese character on the "tomato" flash card is what most mainland Chinese people would call. Tomato is also called "Fan Qie" by Chinese people in some other areas of the world.
Not designed to teach how to read Chinese Nov 26, 2007
This would have been a much better product if the Chinese was on the back of the flashcard instead of being on the same side as the picture. My kid only looks at the picture and not at the actual Chinese character underneath it. If you are trying to teach your child how to read Chinese, then this is not the right product for you. Complete beginners who cannot speak the language may find this product useful, but we did not. By the way, the word for tomato on the flash card is some archaic term that I have never heard of.